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... br> across the lake and as like other lakes in Switzerland there are still a few of
the wonderful old paddle steamers sailing the waters of Lake Lucerne.
After two hours of exploring this historic town we head for the train
station and board the 14h05 train back to Interlaken.
Again the train journey goes smooth and two hours later we arrive into
Interlaken where we cross platforms and board our train to Lauterbrunnen and
finally our ...
... his hiney far behind the seat when going down hill, letting the front tire bounce you to death over the rocks that I considered boulders. We got off occasionally to walk across swinging bridges and ride over stone and wooden ones. The view must have been amazing but my eyes were staring straight down at rocks galore.
Once off that little challenge we chose an uphill route on a paved road. Then returned once the uphill climb turned into a more ...
... I think he meant, do you want milk for your coffee but I said latte, so it's confusing. The coffee isn't great to be honest, but I feel I should drink it since he went to so much trouble. I don't feel great, to be honest. I think the lack of sleep and constant travel is getting to me. Perhaps I should have spent a few days doing less in one place. After breakfast I check out and use my time to watch the ducks. No really. I literally watch ducks, and one swan, for over an hour. I'm ...
Since it was low season, we were faced with lots of construction road work and walking in the small town of Gindelwald at night was a little on the creepy side. It felt like an old dark and abandoned town. Luckily, when the sun came up, the mountains reminded us of the beauty of our surroundings. The tour at the top was rather quick and we were back down by 3pm to see what the shops had to offer. Back ...
... easily see our hotel over the bridge, so simply walked across. It took around five minutes, dragging our suitcases. We walked alongside the river to what we assumed was the entrance, only to find that that was the restaurant entrance only. We then had to back track over cobblestones to a little street where the entrance was at the rear of the hotel. The boys were allotted a city view room, which was fairly large ...